Teachers And Educators Can Receive Free Colors of The World Crayons. Here’s How.

Update: This charity has been overwhelmed by the need and can no longer fulfill requests. They have no affiliation with Crayola and this article has been updated in response to their wish that we no longer send people to their website.

In case you haven’t heard by now, Crayola released Colors of The World products which allows every child to feel included and accurately color using the different skin tones of the world. And one company wants to help bring these products to classrooms across the nation.

In fact, (no longer available) Teachers And Educators Can Receive Free Colors of The World Crayons. Here’s How…

Crayola multicultural skin tone products markers and colored pencils to help all children represent themselves accurately.
Teachers can recieve Crayola Colors of the World through New Program

How Teachers Can Receive Free Crayons

The charity is a non-profit organization that was founded to focus on the small act of buying multicultural crayons, markers and colored pencils for schools and non-profit organizations they were familiar with within their local community. 

(Inactive) Program to Get Crayola Colors of the World in Teacher’s Hands

Now they are expanding their reach and giving teachers and educators across the nation a chance to receive these projects.

Step 1

All you need to do is head over to the Request Form and complete it.

Crayola Colors of the Wold Crayon Shades pictured
Look at all the beautiful Colours of the World!

Step 2 – Review Process

Once you submit your request form, a team of volunteers reviews the submission and awards schools and non-profit organizations upon review.

Step 3 – Approval Notification

Should you be selected, they’ll be in touch so be sure to provide your best contact email!

Crayola colors of the world come in colours of the world crayons, colors of the world colored pencils, colors of the world paint, colors of the world washable markers and colors of the world paper dolls
Look at all the options from Crayola Colors of the World!

Every Color in the World Represented

Isn’t this just amazing?

The best part is, there is no cost to a school or organization! Thankfully, all care packages are paid for in full thanks to the generosity of donors giving teachers access to these amazing products at no cost.

Make sure you spread the word to all the educators in your life!

You Can Get Involved Too

Even if you are not a teacher, you can get involved in this really cool project by donating money to the cause.

  • Representation matters – help kids learn to respect others and themselves
  • Children deserve to know they belong.

Donors contribute funds to cover the costs of materials and shipping.

Where to Buy Crayola Colors of the World Products

If you want to make sure your home, classroom or school has these colored crayons, you can also find them in most stores that carry school supplies or online:

Be sure to share Crayola Colors of the World with your teachers and friends!

43 Comments

  1. Laura last says:

    I once taught a beautiful black girl who used to draw herself as white with blonde hair and blue eyes. I asked her to tell me about her picture and she said it’s how she wanted to look. I was working at a predominately white school. This broke my heart. I never want another child to feel this.

  2. Stephanie Race says:

    It says the application process is closed for the Crayon Projects.

  3. Kristen Yard says:

    That breaks my heart, too! I am so glad that Crayola came out with this amazing crayon line to include every child!

  4. Kristen Yard says:

    Thank you for letting us know, Stephanie!

  5. I work in Childcare and would love these for our Children as they love to colour in

  6. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi, Annalisa! Aren’t these amazing?!

  7. Donna Rupp says:

    I teach in a Title 1 school. In my classroom, I have many different races. When they have to draw a picture of themselves, they often say, I colored myself their way because I don’t have my color.

  8. Ruth Lipschutz says:

    I would like to know how to get these crayons for my grandson’s school. It’s a small school with a wonderful staff and a multi ethnic, culturally diverse population. I’m sure they would greatly appreciate these materials. Art and music are a part of the regular curriculum. Thank you in advance.

  9. I would love some of these , I have a very diverse , multicultural setting even a a childminder.

  10. Janice Perez says:

    I am a kindergarten teacher and every day we color and create my children are the league of three races: American, Indian and Spanish. Which is felt in the color of the skin. When they take self-portraits it is difficult for them to identify the color that goes with their skin. Many of them are colored yellow, black or brown.
    I think this initiative is excellent as it promotes the multiculture found in our classroom.

  11. Danielle Oke says:

    We have a small school with children with roots all around the world. These colours would be a blessing for self images.

  12. Kristen Yard says:

    That’s wonderful! We just love this crayon line!

  13. Kristen Yard says:

    Yes, it is so important for all kids to be included!

  14. I would like some however I am in Canada. It seems to not allow me to purchase any or put in my address. If you can ship to Ontario please let me know what I need to do

  15. I you can’t find them, Walmart and Target have been selling these products for years. Try looking there.

  16. What a great idea! It’s just what we need in our multicultural communities.

  17. Awesome idea

  18. Kristen Yard says:

    Right?! We love this!

  19. Fatimah Ekbal says:

    Hello ,
    Great opportunity for educators. I am here in Canada (Ottawa) Is this opportunity available for teacher in Canada.
    Please let me know as I work with students of all ages.
    Looking forward in hearing from you.
    Kind regards.
    Fatimah

  20. Erin Kowalski says:

    I work in a very low income all minority school. This would be an amazing assest for our children.

  21. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi, Erin! Definitely reach out to The Crayon Project and see if they can help! We linked to them within the post!

  22. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi! There is a link to the Crayon Project in the post! I would contact them to find out! Good luck, I hope it is!

  23. Marilyn C. says:

    Please let me know when it’s available for Canada.
    Thanks

  24. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi, Marilyn! There is a link in the post where you can get more information! Here is a link to the Crayon Project: https://thecrayonproject.org

  25. Bonita Visser says:

    I would like to know how to get these crayons for my daughter’s school. It’s a small cresche with wonderful staff and a multi ethnic, culturally population.They would really appreciate these materials. Thank you in advance.

  26. Mariana Zumba says:

    I have a child care and it is incredible to be able to transmit to children the art of creating and representing our ideas. My program is diverse and multicultural since from early childhood we must include them. Excellent support project for children. I would love to be able to access this benefit.

  27. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi, Mariana! Thank you for all that you do for kids with your program! There is a link in the post that takes you to the site where you can sign up! Good luck! 🙂

  28. Kimberly Mierzwiak says:

    I teach fourth grade and would love to have these.

  29. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi, Kimberly! There is a link to the organization in the post. Definitely reach out and see if they can help you! Good luck!

  30. Except “across the nation” does not include Australia

  31. Kristen Yard says:

    I’m sorry, Vanessa. The organization that does this is only able to ship within the USA.

  32. Tonya A Green says:

    We teach our children to the best they can no matter their color. All nations matters.

  33. Kristen Yard says:

    Love this! So true! Everyone matters!

  34. I signed up months ago and never received anything back. ?

  35. Don’t hold your breath. I applied for this way back in August when school started to benefit the before and after school program I am a counselor for because these crayons would really benefit or program. The children would have loved them. Never heard a word after I applied. I ended up just buying some out of pocket for all the kids to share.

  36. Kristen Yard says:

    I’m sorry to hear that!

  37. `Yes I ‘am a teacher of a Child care, teaching is a heard job. We just do not get the recognition as a teacher. But you will get the rewards as you grain trust of a small heart of a small child. So many people. Just look at the child care worker as a baby setter But we are not we teach them how to eat. to set ,craw, to walk to set more then 5 min. to be a friend To be ready for school and so much more. Thanks Sherrill

  38. Love this

  39. Kristen Yard says:

    Thank you for all that you do, Sherrill!

  40. I would love to take part in this program.
    I live in Canada. A border city with the US. If I give an American address can I still take part in this great opportunity?
    Thank you!

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